By Category: New Zealand

Lot Number: 449
Date: 1930, Nov 6
Est. price: £12.00
Category: New Zealand

Description: Air Travel, inauguration of Daily Service, Christchurch to Dunedin, bs 6/11, blue/white souvenir cover with map of route, NZAMS Expert Committee expertisation hs verso. Few faint tone spots verso, otherwise fine.
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Lot Number: 450
Date: 1931, Mar 28
Est. price: £16.00
Category: New Zealand

Description: Kaitaia Aero Club and Air Survey Transport Co, Auckland to Kaitaia, special green/cream printed cover, posted on arrival, 'Kaitaia Aero Club' and 'Air Survey Transport Co' hs's on front, signed by the pilot, FD Mill, POA, NZAMS Expert Committee expertisation hs verso.
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Lot Number: 451
Date: 1931, Nov 11
Est. price: £50.00
Category: New Zealand

Description: Christmas Airmail by ANA Sydney-London flight, Wellington to London, no arrival ds, franked 1931 Airs set and 2d, 1d ordinary, large red boxed 'New Zealand-Australia-London' light cachet verso, ms 'Sydney-London', black/ GREY green blue etiquette rated very scarce by Mair. Delayed by crash at Alor Star, arrived London 16/12.
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Lot Number: 452
Date: 1931, Dec 24
Est. price: £12.00
Category: New Zealand

Description: NZ Air League, First New Zealand Official Christmas Air Mail, Christchurch to Omaru, bs 24/12, franked 5d/3d air stamp, airmail etiquette cover.
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Lot Number: 453
Date: 1934, Feb 17
Est. price: £15.00
Category: New Zealand

Description: First official mail, New Zealand to Australia, bs Sydney 17/2 , and on to Nairobi, franked 7d "Trans Tasman" opt, special "First trans Tasman" cachet, Kiwi cover addressed to H Tunstall.
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Lot Number: 454
Date: 1935, Apr 16
Est. price: £8.00
Category: New Zealand

Description: East Coast AW, F/F Gisborne to Napier, b/s 16/4, blue/cream souvenir cover with company logo, franked 3d.
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Lot Number: 455
Date: 1935, Apr 16
Est. price: £8.00
Category: New Zealand

Description: East Coast AW, F/F Napier to Gisborne, b/s 16/4, blue/cream souvenir cover with company logo, franked 3d.
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Lot Number: 456
Date: 1940, Aug 28
Est. price: £175.00
Category: New Zealand

Description: Trans Pacific air all the way from New Zealand to England, World War II censored commercial cover from Auckland to London, franked 2/- x3 and 1 1/2d x2, etiquette, sealed black/white NZ censor tape tied by blue "Passed By Censor NZ/22" censor mark. Correctly for 6/3d 'All Air' Pan Am FAM19 Auckland to San Francisco, US internal air service to New York, Pan Am FAM 18 to Lisbon, BOAC/KLM to London. A short lived rate from 20 Jul 1940 to 9 Sept 1940. See Boyle p 877. A truly scarce WWII item in fine condition. Image,
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Lot Number: 457
Date: 1941, Sep 22
Est. price: £12.00
Category: New Zealand

Description: Air all the way from New Zealand to England, early flight of the 5/9d rate for Great Britain (9/9/40 - 12/12/41) by air across the Pacific, by air across the US, and by air across the Atlantic Ocean, see Boyle p877. World War II censored cover from franked 5/- and 9d, canc Wellington cds, addressed to the Norwich Fire Insurance Society, Norwich, no arrival ds, sealed black/white OBC New Zealand censor tape tied by circular violet "Passed By Censor NZ/113" censor mark.
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Lot Number: 458
Date: 1943, Jan 17
Est. price: £250.00
Category: New Zealand

Description: Dual censored German Prisoner of War Post, Prisoner of War camp Stalag VIII-B to New Zealand, via Lisbon and the USA, a wonderfully preserved Luftpost/Air Mail letter to New Zealand with clearly legible contents about camp life, blank (no name) 17/1/43 cds tied by red framed 'Tax Percue/...RM.....1' hs, violet 'Luftpost /Airmail' and 'uber Nordamerka' hs's, extra fine strike 'US Censorship/Examined By 322' censor mark on front tying black German (possibly scarce SS) scalloped 'Stalag VIII B.Censor/Nr 37', contents page also stamped with the same censor mark. Stalag VIII-B Lamsdorf was a German Army prisoner of war camp located near the small town of Lamsdorf in Silesia. In January 1945, as the Soviet armies advanced into Germany, many of the prisoners were marched westward on the so-called Long (Death) March. An exceptional item of museum quality. Image.
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